Overview

Overview

Since 1950, NASC has provided opportunities for students and advisors to come together, share ideas, and learn how to be better leaders in their schools and communities. Schools that join the Nebraska Association of Student Councils are eligible for a number of benefits:

  • In 2016 NASC decided to eliminate membership dues. NASC is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation run entirely by volunteers. We are sponsored by the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals.

    All Nebraska middle schools and high schools are eligible members. Enroll your school here to receive newsletters and other information.

  • Apply for the State Board

    Outstanding student leaders are always needed to serve as NASC State Officers. The State President and Vice President are elected at the State Convention, while the Secretary is appointed by current Executive Board members. All officers must be freshmen, sophomores, or juniors at an NASC member school, and must have attended the NASC Summer Leadership Workshop. Chief responsibilities include participation in four Executive Board meetings (September, November, February, and April), as well as an orientation retreat; promotion of the state charity and service projects; and representating NASC at district, state, regional, and national events. Email questions to Mike Musil at mmusil@paplv.org or Kyrie Nehls at kenehls@mpsomaha.org
    Applications must be submitted by November 1.

  • Attending Summer Leadership Workshops

  • Having a free one-day workshop facilitated by Launch Leadership at your school